In-Game Currecncy Now Usable in Runes of Magic Item Shop, Again

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Frogster today released a new content update for its popular free-to-play Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG), Runes of Magic. The update, ‘Treasures of the Desert’, raises the level cap to 62, and adds a new region, the Limo Desert, and a new instance, Kawak’s Tomb, to the popular online game. After extensive testing, Frogster has also reinstated the option for Runes of Magic players to trade in-game gold for diamonds, the main virtual currency for the game’s item shop. The free fantasy online game is the only title in the free-to-play segment where players can use in-game currency to trade for items from the item shop.

A new public battle, the ‘Yasheedee Catastrophe’, is now available across all Runes of Magic servers. To prevail in this legendary battle, players have to conquer aggressive foes. In the first phase of the multifaceted encounter, players must use special ropes to capture a horde of nasty worm-like creatures. The second phase challenges players to put as many Resonance Stones as possible in the right place. The more stones they place, the easier it is in the third and fourth phases, where the wicked ‘Hardskin Yasheedees’ and the formidable ‘Crimson Devourer’, an exceptionally tough boss, await.

A trailer showing the action-packed Limo Desert together with the dangerous Kawak’s Tomb is also now available:

The region’s breathtaking landscapes reveal magnificent buildings and desert oases. But caution is strongly advised – conflict has been brewing among the local tribes for centuries, and powerful creatures and wild beasts are preparing for battle.

For more information on the new region and Runes of Magic, visit the official website: .

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